Milan reportedly got €15m by selling M’Baye Niang to Torino, but they get 25 per cent of any future profit.
The Rossoneri loaned the French forward to the Granata earlier today, with an obligation to buy next summer.
It was initially reported that the deal would be worth a total €20m, but Sky Italia has a breakdown of the numbers which indicates the fee was lower.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, Toro will pay €2m for the loan, before paying €12m next summer.
There will be a further €1m linked to Niang’s number of goals, taking the fee to a total of €15m.
However, the Diavolo will also receive 25 per cent of any future fee if Niang is sold for a profit.